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jmasoncooper on People are Talking About the Wrong Twist in Split

@Samuel_Segrist, Thank you for offering such and insightful comment.
Regarding surprise, Do you thing that people’s… more

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ScholarSarah on Episode 451: You Can Never Tell Anyone That I Told You It Was Good

For my niche media: I still enjoy the Digimon tv show. The natural comparison for it is to Pokemon (and I have… more

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Samuel Segrist on People are Talking About the Wrong Twist in Split

The darker (and broader) point I took from Casey’s situation at the end of the film was to critique Americans’… more

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 451: You Can Never Tell Anyone That I Told You It Was Good

I think the niche property I’m into which best works as an example for this private vs. public discussion is probably… more

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JSC Well Actually on Episode 451: You Can Never Tell Anyone That I Told You It Was Good

Excellent two hander; left me pondering public and private discrepancy in relation to politics…but staying safely… more

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jmasoncooper on Is Lego Batman the Best of All Batmans?

Haven’t seen Lego Batman yet, but just watched the Lego Movie again last week as prep.
An a note related to the… more

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Leigh on Episode 250: The Lead Instrument is Adam Duritz’s Voice

For the life of me I cannot remember what made me think Mr. Jones was an incredibly deep and moving song, but it… more

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Akilah on Race, Class, and Fruity Pebbles

This was hilarious. I especially appreciated “Flintstagram” because I’m easily amused.

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Mellissa on That 70s Show and the Imaginary Fez

I enjoy reading different theories, I just want to point out about Fez’s name. I can’t remember off the top of… more

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DeanMoriarty Well Actually on Race, Class, and Fruity Pebbles

I think this is a good read.
When I was looking for commercials to use as examples for my comment above, I noticed… more

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Naughty Shows and Nice Shows

You’re the Worst makes us laugh by exploring how far terrible characters can push social boundaries. But it also illuminates some big ideas about comedy that stretch back to the Restoration, Chaucer, and Commedia dell’arte.